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Does Your Child Suffer From:
  • Acid Reflux

  • Sleep Apnea

  • Cerbral Palsy


  • Sleep Breathing Disorders

  • Gastroesophageal Reflux

  • Pain/Irritability

  • Choking or Gagging

  • Congestion

  • Hydrocephalus

  • Esinophilic Esophagitis

  • Aspiration Pneumonia

  • Acute/Chronic Respiratory Issues

  • G-Tube Feeding

  • Increased ICP

Why Choose Us?


The New and Improved ComfyAdjust-Bed is a patent-patenting design improvement on the popular ComfyLiftBed/ComfyAdjust-Bed, that features an elevated head rest to lift the upper body of the sleeper. This elevation will keep stomach acid out of the esophagus, as well as assist in breathing.


The New Feature is; the inflatable inner bladders that customizes for better support and positioning! It's easy, just squeeze the hand-bulb that sends air to the desired bladder to gently move and support the user. The new and improved ComfyAdjust-Bed increases the comfort level and effectiveness of body positioning for the best sleep possible.


Since children tend to roll off the side of the bed during sleep, a side barrier has been strategically implemented on each side of the mattress to create a concave design that will cradle the child in the center of the bed.


The ComfyAdjust-Bed is designed with the growing child in mind, using a foot-adjusting feature to account for growth of the child. This feature makes the ComfyAdjust-Bed a long-term form of treatment for your child's sleep-related disorders. Or pick our ComfyLift Bed.


Our mission here is to help the most helpless among us - the children, as well as adults who suffer from sleep breathing disorders. All children deserve the highest quality of life and healthcare possible.

Need Insurance?

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You may now recieve medical coverage from multiple dealers, to help purchase your ComfyAdjust-Bed
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"The ComfyLiftBed/ComfyAdjust-Bed is the best solution available for children afflicted with sleep/breathing disorders that can be treated with positional therapy."

- Ashvin Patel, M.D
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